Ross Robertson from Big Water Fishing breaks down everything you need to know about lithium batteries and their place in your boat. Technology has really taken over in fishing whether…
Improving your 2D graphing in the boat isn’t just a matter of adjusting settings, it all starts with having them rigged just right.
Mike Rogers shares a simple modification to his Genz Blue Pack Vexilar to make hole-hopping easier on the ice.
Ice Team Pro, Matt Waldron, breaks down how adjusting the frequency settings on your Vexilar FLX-30 unit can improve your ice fishing success.
How to work as a team to use forward facing sonar more efficiently and what range to set it to for a clearer picture.
Forward facing sonar has become an excellent tool for making finding fish more efficient, but it’s not the easiest to haul around when hole hopping.
Mike Rodgers shares tips on how to use the Garmin Panoptix LiveScope™ System. He covers how to relocate pods of fish spooked by augering holes and how to change views when sitting in a house versus locating fish.
Interpreting your side imaging is easier than it looks if you understand a few key things about what you’re looking at.
In this tip, Jason Mitchell shares why it’s necessary to rely on downscan (down imaging) when finding fish in deep water this time of year. Comparing downscan with 2D sonar…
Integrating your electronics and Minn Kota trolling motor with the One-Boat Network for easy, hands-free trolling.
2D sonar generally covers more water than down imaging, but down imaging provides a much more precise picture when fishing structure or weeds.
When you’re on a large body or water or chasing suspended basin walleye, there’s a lot of water to cover. One way to tackle this is by using your graph at high speeds.